Town Hall Topic Survey – Results

February 5, 2024

The results of the survey for Town Hall topics closed on January 31st and had an average of 53 responses to the 4 questions asked.

  • For the topic question there were seven choices and the number one choice for a topic was, where does the money go.  The second choice was proficiency trend in TSD and the  third choice was what does parental rights mean.
  • For the preferred location the clear preference is for a virtual town hall followed by doing a mix of in person and virtual town halls.
  • For preferred day and time there was again a clear preference which was for Thursday from 7-8:30pm.

There were 28 open topic comments and the link to the PDF with the comments is here.

I believe it is important we find ways to engage with each other so that we can build relationships and realize that by finding common ground we can make TSD even better and stronger. This is all about your kids receiving a great education that focuses on learning the basics, how to think critically and how to reach their own conclusions based on facts and not preconceived notions.

The next town hall is planned for Saturday, March 2nd and will be a virtual meeting covering the topic of; Where does the money go and most likely scheduled for the afternoon.  The proficiency trend topic will be discussed on March 21st at 7-8:30pm and will be a virtual meeting again.  The April town hall will cover parental rights and date and time are TBD.

If you have not read the district answers from the town hall on January 18th, click here to read the answers. Also, the entire board is doing another community listening session on Wednesday February 28th at the TSD Admin Building from 6-7:30pm.

Thank you and as always if you have questions or concerns you can email me at [email protected] or call me at 970-691-3446. Remember that while all emails are subject to open records requests, if your email contains specific information about your child, the email is protected and not subject to open records requests.

Have a great week!  Nancy

Note: I do not speak for or on behalf of the board and I am sharing my personal opinions and views.